So, here it is:
In it, our top strategists breakdown the retail best practices that have been crushing it in the email marketing world this year. You’ll come away armed with the knowledge to boost your revenue, improve your ROI, and send truly amazing messages to your customers.
We’ve talked before about the email types you should be sending out to your subscribers, but there’s one automatic message (or, at least, we hope it is) that might not be getting as much love from you as it needs. We are talking about (if you read the title to this post then you already know) confirmation emails.
Welcome back to our ongoing series breaking down the email campaigns of the presidential hopefuls. We took a break last week because we wanted to expand the race.
We signed up for Gary Johnson’s emails, and wanted to give a little time for his emails to catch up to everyone else’s. So, how does the third-party candidate stack up?
Email and social media seem to be locked in an eternal debate about which is better for marketing purposes (spoiler alert: it’s email). But just because the two are at odds with each other doesn’t mean you can’t leverage social media to bolster your email program. And, no, Pokémon GO doesn’t count as social media, so it won’t be featured here.
Well, it’s been a week since we signed up for the Clinton and Trump camps’ email campaigns. We were just hoping to get a newsletter, but found ourselves let down by the experience from both camps.
So let’s check out where we’re at today.